Calling out for ideas for our upcoming seminar series
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health in partnership with Monash University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery will launch a series of three seminars to celebrate their new partnership and to provide a platform for scholars, practitioners, community partners, and policymakers to share ideas, knowledge and experience about migration, settlement, multiculturalism and cultural competence. We have three topics for focus – but we want to hear from you – what are some of the details, conversations, and discussions you’d like to hear around these topics?
- How do we prepare the future service sector workforce for our diverse communities? Cultural competence of course!
- It takes a village: refugee and migrant settlement in regional Australia
- Practice innovations: learning from each other
Project .05 – It’s a Wrap!
On Monday, 29 May, exactly 10 months after it began, Project .05’s incredible journey came to an end at Fitzroy Town Hall, amidst a fitting celebration which showcased its outstanding achievements over the past year.
Health Translations awarded 3-year funding
CEH is delighted to announce that the Department of Health has agreed to further funding of Health Translations for the next three years.
Cultural Competence Pulse Check: Assessing Your Skills and Levelling Up
Working with migrant and refugee communities can be a deeply rewarding experience, but it can also present unique challenges that require a high level of cultural understanding.
Australian Multicultural Health Collaborative
A hybrid event ‘Unmasked: Racism and Discrimination as Determinants of Health Inequity’ was convened as the first public event for the Collaborative. Speakers from Australia and the UK discussed their perspectives on this issue.